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Backlogvania
Geoff Jewell

Backlogvania Review: Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered (2019)

Welcome to Backlogvania Join me each month as I tackle one game from my backlog, try to complete it in a month, and then tell you if it’s worth playing now, leaving in your backlog, or skipping completely. Not that my opinion means anything, but you’re here. You have now entered the daunting, and traitorous world of Backlogvania! This month’s game is… Game: Ghostbusters: The

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Backlogvania: The Messenger
Backlogvania
Geoff Jewell

Backlogvania Review: The Messenger (2018)

Welcome to Backlogvania Join me each month as I tackle one game from my backlog, try to complete it in a month, and then tell you if it’s worth playing now, leaving in your backlog, or skipping completely. Not that my opinion means anything, but you’re here. You have now entered the daunting, and traitorous world of Backlogvania! This month’s game is… Game: The Messenger

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Entertainment
Geoff Jewell

Backlogvania Review: Xenogears

Welcome to Backlogvania Join me each month as I tackle one game from my backlog, try to complete it in a month, and then tell you if it’s worth playing now, leaving in your backlog, or skipping completely. Not that my opinion means anything, but you’re here. You have now entered the daunting, and traitorous world of Backlogvania! This month’s game is… Game: Xenogears System:

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The Last Of Us Part II
Playstation
Geoff Jewell

Post Mortem Review – The Last of Us Part II

(Disclaimer: This review contains spoilers for The Last of Us and The Last of Us Part II – You have been warned) It’s been seven long years since I first finished The Last of Us. In that span I have played many great games, but none that have had the same profound visceral and emotional impact on my views as a gamer or as a

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Ten Games I Want To Add To My Backlog
Entertainment
Geoff Jewell

Backlogvania – Ten Games I Want To Add To My Backlog

Welcome back to Backlogvania! It’s the series where I dive into my backlog of games, talk about them and show you if they’re worth playing or not! It’s essentially a really big excuse for me to play all the games I have and to be able to tell my wife “I swear, this is for research purposes!” You know the thing about backlogging is that

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Backlogvania
Geoff Jewell

Backlogvania Review – Harmony of Dissonance

Welcome to Backlogvania Join me each month as I tackle one game from my backlog, try to complete it in a month, and then tell you if it’s worth playing now, leaving in your backlog, or skipping completely. Not that my opinion means anything, but you’re here. You have now entered the daunting, and traitorous world of Backlogvania! This month’s game is… Game: Castlevania: Harmony

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Playstation
Geoff Jewell

Doom Eternal Campaign Review

Doom Eternal Campaign Overview The highly anticipated sequel to Id Software’s 2016 hit Doom, Doom Eternal puts you back into the Praetor suit of the Doomslayer on his mission to hunt down and kill the Demonic Hell Priests, confront the Khan Makyr, and stop Hell’s invasion of Earth. Like Doom II: Hell on Earth, Doom Eternal’s story takes place across demonic possessed Earthly landscapes, sophisticated

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PC
Darth Swahl

Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order Review

Jedi Fallen Order Overview: Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order takes place immediately after Order 66 and the purge of the Jedi, your journey begins as a young Jedi Padawan by the name of Cal Kestis, who has been hiding out on scrapper planet called Bracca to avoid detection by the Empire. After saving the life of his only companion at the time, Cal is discovered

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The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt
PC
Darth Swahl

The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt Review

The Witcher 3 Overview: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a game that I and many others hold dear to our hearts and it hardly needs an introduction or a review. In 2015 CDProject RED brought us one of the greatest games of this generation and solidified themselves in the hearts of gamers forever. The Witcher 3 went on to win Game of the year

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PC
Lance

Hellblade Senua’s Sacrifice Review

Viking. Norse Hell. Damnation. Psychosis… you’re welcome. 2017 brought about a buffet of established franchise games: Star Wars Battlefront II, Assassins Creed Origins, Destiny 2, Fortnite, and Call of Duty: WWII, just to name a few. However, it was the psychological journey through Hell gifted to us by Ninja Theory that still holds gamers in suspense while forcing them to trade their caffeine for Xanax.

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